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It's Christmas in the tech noir slum of the post-apocalyptic future, and scrap-metal sculptor Stacey Travis gets a present she'll never forget. Scavenger boyfriend Dylan McDermott returns from the wastelands with the insectoid robot head of a killing machine. In no time it whirs to life and builds itself a gizmo-laden body out of handy appliances to continue its single-minded destruction of the human race, one warm body at a time. Director Richard Stanley, something of a scavenger himself, plunders everything from The Terminator, Blade Runner, and The Road Warriorto Short Circuit (the spidery construct resembles a demonic Number 5) for his violent flesh-vs.-metal survival thriller. Shot in sun-blasted orange and sweltering red, it's a triumph of style, set design, and grunge aesthetics over story, driven by a pounding techno score by Simon Boswell and punctuated by splattering gore. --Sean Axmaker
The movie is very good, however the case was broken where the DVD attaches.Published 7 months ago by Natasha Gray
Old classic movie, enjoyed it on vhs and glad to have it on DVD. More of a cult classic than great movie but cool, with cool people popping up all over the place (Lemmy!)Published 10 months ago by Shmeger
Why do we always hope for classy and happy endings? Horror movies are horror movies because they do not end well. Read morePublished on May 4 2011 by Aaron Freeland
Imagine 'Terminator' made as a music video without all the time travel stuff and that's pretty much what you've got here; alternatively imagine a seven-page comic strip from... Read morePublished on July 24 2010 by Amazon Customer